I've put many hours into civ 5, the expansions improve the game greatly.
Edit: Beyond Earth sucks balls. Civ 5 is way better. With Beyond Earth, all of the civ choices play almost identically. There is very little difference whereas on civ 5 the civs all play very differently. In my opinion the replay value of civ 5 is way way way better than beyond earth.
I don't think that the Three Eyed Crow would betray Dany. Most agree that he's Brynden Rivers aka Bloodraven who is half Targaryen and was always a staunch Targaryen supporter. He also lives and works with the Children of the Forest, who have been enemies with the Others for thousands of years.
The victim acted inappropriately, but I don't see how anyone at all can defend the police officer here. Literally the second the car moved he pulled out his gun and shot him in the head. No warning, no "STOP OR I'LL SHOOT." Just murder.
It's like an officer telling you to stop jaywalking, you take another step and get shot in the head.
I feel like there should just be draconian penalties for doing this kind of stuff. I'm talking like 30 years jail time. White people doing it to black people, black to white people, asians to indians, I don't care. If you do stuff like this you have no place in society.
I'd probably go, seems like service would be quicker without a draft system when all they're doing is grabbing a bottle, but that's just me and I'm not fancy and don't care if my beer has a head on it from perfectly poured tap. I know you said you'd have wine too, but this seems more like a guy bar than anything else and if I've learned one thing from my own experience and from bar rescue, if you don't attract women then your bar will fail. Men go where women want to go. It's why I've found myself at a wine and dessert bar more than one time, because my wife and her friends wanted to go there.
Also, it might just be me, but I hate live music in bars. I could just be acting like an old man, but it's always too loud and kind of shitty. Makes it hard to carry on a conversation and hard for bartenders to hear you. That's especially true in a small bar.